Today, leading electric vehicle manufacturer, Nissan has given us the first glimpse of its vision for the Fuel Station of the Future concept in association with innovative architects Foster + Partners; the practice behind the Gherkin in London, sustainable urban master-plans including Masdar City and brand headquarters – such as the Apple Campus in California.
As the first week of COP21 came to a close, Mayor of London, Boris Johnson MP, took advantage of Nissan’s zero emission shuttle service as he departed Paris.
Nissan is leading the electric revolution with more than 550 electric taxis now on the road in Europe. Taxi drivers are some of the most demanding users with the highest mileage, reinforcing the reliability and versatility of Nissan electric vehicles.
Two electric vehicle (EV) enthusiasts have completed the epic journey from John O’Groats to Land’s End and back again – for free – in an all-electric Nissan LEAF.
Nissan is once again transforming the performance, practicality and perception of EVs with the introduction of the LEAF 30 kWh – an updated Nissan LEAF that gives drivers 155 miles of motoring range, beating all of its competitors in the…
More than 1.14 billion1 of us will enjoy a domestic holiday this year, including over 42,000 people across Europe who drive a Nissan electric vehicle.
The first year of Nissan’s four-year partnership with the UEFA Champions League ended by leaving a lasting legacy of Nissan’s commitment to a carbon free future.
Nissan is celebrating the continued success of its 100% electric LEAF model with the introduction of a value-packed Acenta+ grade. Available from July 1, the new Acenta+ model adds new features that make the British-built Nissan LEAF an even more complete package.
As Nissan unveils its Global Green Program 2016, the company highlights the crucial role of electric vehicles in emissions reduction and protecting the cities environment and life quality.
“Ihr Bäcker Schüren” is able to go 100% carbon-neutral for the first time thanks to its new Nissan e-NV200 electric van fleet. Deliveries from the bakers, which employ 200 people across 18 branches, cost next to nothing thanks to free fuel from its solar panels.